From Our Chief Lincolnshire Correspondent-A surge in criminal activity in Boston involving migrant workers is causing deep concern for residents of this once very proud area with demonstrable evidence seen during the recent week with cases involving Boston defendants.
80% of cases brought before Boston Magistrates Court [pictured] for Driving Offences involving Boston residents were for migrant workers who were individually dealt with varying degrees of penalties as listed below.
A total of £2,975 in fines were given out by Magistrates for these 5 alone. What does this tell us about the status of the town and the migrant worker invasion?
Ivars Laucis of The Square, Kirton.Drove on the A52 without due care & attention & driving without insurance. £800 fine, £15 surcharge, £60 costs.Licence endorsed with 6 points.
Ryszard Wers of Hartley Street, Boston.Drove on West St without due care & attention. £40 fine, £15 surcharge, £85 costs. Licence endorsed with 3 points.
Sebastian Antczak of Fenside Road, Boston. Drove in Spalding without correct insurance & otherwise than in accordance with a licence. £110 fine, £20 surcharge, £85 costs. Licence endorsed with 3 points.
Eriks Dreimanis of Windsor Bank, Boston.Failed to produce insurance certificate & licence & driving without correct insurance. Also driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence. £600 fine, £15 surcharge, £85 costs. Licence endorsed with 6 points.
Mindaugas Gadisauskas of Eastwood Road, Boston. Failed to produce insurance certificate, drove without correct insurance & failed to produce licence. Also drove otherwise than in accordance with a licence, £600 fine, £360 surcharge, £85 costs. Licence endorsed with 6 points.
Lincolnshire Police have additionally placed an urgent request for help for an individual on their Most Wanted List.
Mariusz Piciura is believed to be in the Spalding area and is pictured here.
All sightings should be reported immediately to Lincolnshire Police quoting incident number 12 of 31/1/13.
The most shocking news this week came with the appearance in Court of Guntars Ganson  of Spalding who was charged with being accused of killing Latvian Martin Lipsis  on Christmas Day in Spalding.
Ganson was bailed by Magistrates until 14 March.
It is clear that the well publicised concerns of residents in Boston are well founded as the epidemic of crime committed by migrants is resulting in deep and well founded fears that before long the area will be lost forever .
One local Party member commented that unless there is political change imminently Boston will slide into a position where the authorities have simply lost control.
To help the Party become re established in the town and for details of forthcoming meetings write to: Lincolnshire Coastal Branch, PO Box 43, Alford, Lincolnshire, LN13 3AH.